Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:26 am
honestlady wrote:Wayne, I doubt J is the real person. He was set up for video chat to proof but he didn't show up. he can't proof himself the real JMO. So he is a fake also. The real one must be in outside US or somewhere.
OK. Enough is enough. Honest Lady, honestly, the chat was for members of my website to meet and mingle with one another NOT FOR ME TO PROVE MY IDENTITY! (Sorry to the rest of you reading this who don't like caps but she really has a problem listening).
As a victim in all of this myself, it is not my responsibility to prove anything to anyone, I've offered my sympathy. HonestLady, what can I tell you? It's hard truth but the man you spoke to, whether Nigerian or otherwise, truly does not exist. He's a concept, a figment of you imagination. The perpetrators that you are looking for must be out there, especially since I've received more reports from people seeking me out telling me of other places my pictures are being used.
So all who don't know what's going on here, yes, the real Jorge. I'm not here to answer questions are setup dates with those unable to let go of their horrible experiences as being anything other than fantasy. Let's just set the record straight. I don't have anything to do with Nigerian scams, I don't work for romancescam.com, and my 'only' involvement here is that I put some pictures of myself on Facebook, didn't secure it and my pictures were stolen. I'm not even trying to get on the Oprah network
Guys/Gals, let's stop the madness, what's up with the 5 page string? Talk about who the 'real' Jorge is just leads to inefficiency in supporting the victims here with answers
and possibly even capturing the perpetrators.
I've read all of your posts here and I've read the ENGLISH (?!?) used in this scammer's writing. Take my writing here in contrast to what you've read - he writes at a 4th grade writing level! He's fond of cutting and pasting photos and cutting and pasting poems. People, google search things, usernames and snippets of writing people send you on over the internet - especially if the writing is of quality! If it's a scammer, you will invariably find the writing has been stolen as well. Reread all the posts here for example. Do you notice, that much of the scammer's writing begins as eloquent then ends with a 10 year old throwing in some extra flair? The only info I have for you is that I believe these people are located in Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria based on the hits received on my website which coincided with a 'new' picture of me I posted there. Several days later that pic was reposted here.
People, kind regards and God speed - I hope the guy or guys and gals are caught. I must tell the small minority who have sought me out hoping to rekindle what they started or hoping to find and (dear God) date the real man behind the Nigerian mask ...you must be kidding me!